We plan to give our nanny a holiday bonus, but is it also common to give a raise each year?
What’s the standard for gifting the woman who watches my son one day a week? She operates a daycare. There is also another woman who co-runs it. I was thinking $25 to each plus a gift card for another $25 each... I’m new at this so any insight is appreciated.
This is my first Christmas as a stay at home mom...how did you stay at home parents cope with not having money to buy your partner or your side of the family Christmas gifts? I just want to cry. I feel so horrible. My family completely understand but it just hurts my heart so bad, I love being able to give during the holidays.
Hi there, I have been a stay at home mom for 3+ years but I feel a huge urge to help my husband financially and I also feel like I’m ready to work a little with my youngest being a year. I was looking for any serges toons on jobs that are flexible with schedule and I can do from home. Any suggestions?
I have 2 children who are young however, Christmas has always been the #1 holiday that I have always looked forward to. I am a single mom trying to make it by, and Christmas isn’t looking as bright as I thought it would be. Any suggestions or things you moms/dad have to make this still a special day for my little guys?
Our circle of friends has so many kids, from newborn to 4 years old. Unfortunately I'm not in a position to get nice gifts for all of them for Christmas and all their birthdays. I need some ideas of inexpensive, yet fun and tasteful gifts.
Do you have separate/joint bank accounts or both? Do you have joint credit cards?
Does any other moms have guilt when it comes to buying/doing things for yourself that are not practical? My husband wants me to get my hair and nails done for my birthday and I just can’t bring myself to do it. Not only would I have to bring my 7 month old with me, I’m 22 weeks pregnant, and I just feel bad spending that much money on myself for a one time thing! If it was on something that we ... More
My daughter got hurt (dislocated arm) while at grandparents. Not negligence. If we have to take her to the doctors, are we the parents supposed to pay for the bill? Or could we ask/assume/expect grandparents to cover it since it was on their watch?